A product of homolytic fission can never be a – charged b – nucleophile c- both d-none of th

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A product of homolytic fission can never be

a – charged

b – nucleophile

c- both

d-none of these

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Latifah 6 months 2021-07-13T19:19:23+00:00 1 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-07-13T19:20:33+00:00

    Answer:

    both

    Explanation:

    A homolytic fission is said to have occurred when the breakage of a bond between two atoms leaves each of the bonding atoms with equal number of electrons. Homolytic fission often results in the creation of radicals.

    Since homolytic fission yields two species with equal number of electrons(usually odd number of electrons), the products of such process can not be charged. They can not be nucleophiles because nucleophiles need to possess two electrons which can be shared with another chemical specie.

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